A non-profit organization that aims to educate and inform the general public about cryonics. Does not provide cryonics services and is not affilated with any service organization.
Article by Michael Park of the Sunday Herald (U.K.), primarily focused on Alcor.
A lengthy cryonics article about Alcor by Audun Taraldsen from Arizona State University's "The Electronic Bulldog" - April 26, 1996. Dated in some respects but highly detailed.
Lively discussions of cryonics, cryogenics, cryobiology, life extension, transhumanism, death, and related issues.
A community discussion site for members of the Alcor Life Extension Foundation and anyone interested in cryonics. Created and run by a long time Alcor member.
Site for information and discussion of cryonics in the United Kingdom. The group appears to be associated with Cryonics Institute.
Australia cryonics resources and discussions site.
The oldest Cryonics membership organization; founded in 1969 as the Bay Area Cryonics Society. In Mountain View CA. Offers background information, articles and theories.
A non-profit organization with the purpose of promoting "the worldwide conquest of death and the continuation and enhancement of life through technological means, including cryonic suspension." Does not offer cryonics services. In Scottsdale, AZ.
Support and discussion group based in Sussex, UK, for people in Britain and the rest of Europe who are signed up for cryopreservation.